The investment climate for firms producing genetically modified (GM) agricultural products has recently experienced considerable change, with the occurrence of remarkably high rate of farmer acceptance, but considerable consumer resistance. The present system that involves firms developing biotech products, farmers producing the products, food and related agribusiness industrial firms, and consumers of food, is very volatile. This however will soon be affected by changes in reulatory, trade and food safety regimes.This book addresses these key issues and is based on papers presented at the fourth meeting of The International Consortium on Agricultural Biotechnology Research (ICABR), on Economics of Agricultural Biotechnology, held at Ravello, Italy, in August 2000. Organized in four parts, this volume focuses on:Consumer reactions to GM food informationRegulatory issuesFarmer acceptance of biotech productsChanges in industrial organization in life science and food sectorsAnswering these will provide some important insights into the best policies to govern the rapidly expanding biotechnology industry. ... Contributed paper Proceedings from the Conference on Global Agricultural Policy for the Twenty- First Century, ... ISI (Institute for Scientific Investigation) (1997) Citations database , special tabulation of academic publications based on key word search for canola.
|Title||:||Market Development for Genetically Modified Foods|
|Author||:||V. Santaniello, Robert E. Evenson, David Zilberman|
|Publisher||:||CABI - 2002-03-06|